Thanks for photoshop!!!

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I don’t know how I can thanks Photoshop, I was working, and my filmstrip was not working, I’ve got a message from photoshop end they fixed my problem, that’s rally great thanks a lot to all of you who are responsabel for this, Wim Vreeburg
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Wim Vreeburg

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  • very good!

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Wim Vreeburg

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Is there anyone who can help me, I want to do my raw images with the Filmstrip to work fast, but where can I find the filmstrip in photoshop, I hope that there’s someone who can help me, thanks a lot, Wim Vreeburg
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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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Which Filmstrip are you looking for? Can you provide a screenshot?
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Cristen Gillespie

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> I want to do my raw images with the Filmstrip to work fast,>

It sounds like you want to use the filmstrip view in Camera Raw???  If so, then you simply select all the photos at once that you want to edit and open them in Camera Raw. They will automatically open in filmstrip view, and you can sync settings to files as you're editing, much the same as you do in Lightroom Classic, only with slightly different controls for syncing.